What is Teleport?
Teleport makes it easy for users to securely access infrastructure and meet the toughest compliance requirements. Teleport replaces shared credentials with short-lived certificates and is completely transparent to client-side tools.
Teleport is a tool in the Cloud Access Management category of a tech stack.
Who uses Teleport?
11 companies reportedly use Teleport in their tech stacks, including Productboard, Buzzvil, and Full Picture.
25 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Teleport.
- Isolate critical infrastructure and enforce 2FA when accessing SSH servers, Kubernetes clusters, databases, applications, and Windows desktops/servers
- Provide role-based access controls (RBAC) using short-lived certificates and your existing identity management service
- Log and record session activity for full auditability
- Forget about managing keys, VPNs, firewalls, jump boxes, or IPs
- Implement protocols such as SSH, RDP, HTTPS, Kubernetes API, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and others
- Supports SAML, OIDC
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